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FLUID PAINTINGS

INSPIRATION OF ABSTRACT COLOR

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Fluid paintings are available in Matte or Glossy. All prices vary based on size and detail. At least a minimum of 3-4 colors are suggested for best results when ordering customs. Contact me for questions or inquiries about custom artwork.

All work pictured is for sale unless stated otherwise. For art not currently in my store, please fill out the contact form providing the title of artwork so that it can be reserved for you to purchase.

"Nostalgic" | 4x4 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Crazed Explosion of Rainbow" | 7x7 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Static Shock" | 4x4 in. | Acrylic on Canvas panel

"Bolt of Energy" | 4x4 in. | Acrylic on Canvas Panel

"Cool and Refreshing" | 4x4 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Sweet Satisfaction" | 3x3 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Aquatic" | 10X10 in. | Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

"Beautiful Treasure" | 4x4 in. | Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

"What Lies Underneath" | 5X5 in. | Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

"Mystical Secret" | 5x5 in. | Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

"Blue Sea" | 10X10 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Star Galaxy" | 12X12 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

I started this painting by spending quite a while mixing the individual colors with floetrol, pouring medium, and silicone. I then poured all of the colors into one cup in a layered and strategic way and flipped it upside down onto the canvas. I then used a mini blow torch to bring out the cells to resemble planets. I used a toothbrush and dotting tool to also create the stars.

"The Power of Neon" | 12X12 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

I started this painting by spending quite a while mixing the individual colors with floetrol, pouring medium, and silicone. I then poured all of the colors one by one onto the canvas creating small circular puddles and continued by layering different colors on top of one another. I then rotated the canvas back and forth causing the colors to run. I also used a blow torch to bring out the cells. The bright neon colors reminded me of sweets and candies. Absolutely... delectable!

"Green Star Galaxy" | 11X13 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

I started this painting by spending quite a while mixing the individual colors with floetrol, pouring medium, and silicone. I then poured all of the colors into one cup in a layered and strategic way and flipped it upside down onto the canvas. I then used a mini blow torch to bring out the cells to resemble planets. I used a toothbrush and dotting tool to also create the stars.

"Colossal Wave" | 12X12 in. | Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

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"Cotton Candy Chaos" | 12X12 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Mysterious Neon" | 5X5 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Radical Chaos" | 4x12 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Ocean Fluid Painting Series" | 12x16 in., 3x3 in., 4x12 in. | Acrylic and Mixed Media on Masonite Board and Canvas

These paintings are part of my fluid painting ocean series. I first started out with what is known as a dirty pour. For this process, I mix each of my colors in separate cups for the ocean. Some of the secondary colors I mix myself using a variety of different colors. I used white, blue, and mixed a blue green with silver. I then added floetrol, pouring medium to each color, and silicone (to the white only-- this creates the sea foam and lacing effect). I added water and floetrol to the colors and mixed... and mixed... and mixed until I reached the right consistency.

 

I then poured each of my colors one by one into one big cup rotating the order of colors poured. I then flipped my cup over on the canvas and brought out some cells and foam by torching it. For the sand, I mixed some special colors of my own that I whipped up. I also poured a thin line of white to separate the sand and water. And yes, there is actual sand on these paintings, to add that beachy vibe to any space! 

"Ocean Fluid Painting Series 1 of 4" | 12x16 in. | Acrylic and Mixed Media on Masonite Board

"Ocean Fluid Painting" | 4x12 in. | Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

"Ocean Fluid Painting Series 3 of 4" | 3x3 in. | Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

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Request a custom painting below. Due to free nature of painting process, painting will not be a complete replica of painting shown.

"Mini Ocean Fluid Painting" | 3x3 in. | Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas

"Zebra Galaxy" | 12X12 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Stimulance" | 16x20 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

I mixed each color individually in cups, and poured each color randomly on the canvas. I continued pouring a different color on top of another color until it looked like circles on top of circles. I then tilted the canvas back and forth to stretch them all out.

"The Savannah" | 10X10 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Tree Rings of Life" | 5X5 in. | Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

I mixed each of my colors in separate cups and poured one color at a time into a big measuring cup. As I poured each color into the measuring cup, I tilted the measuring cup and slowly sat it flat as I ended each pour. When all of the colors were poured into the measuring cup, I then began pouring the colors in the center of the canvas using a continuous circular motion (this creates the tree ring effect) and tilted the canvas in the end.

"Youth" | 10x20 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

I mixed each color individually in cups, and poured each color randomly on the canvas. I continued pouring a different color on top of another color until it looked like circles on top of circles. I then tilted the canvas back and forth to stretch them all out. The title was inspired by the color scheme of this painting, as pink often is associated with youth.

"Mars" | 16x20 in. | Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

This painting in the end, reminded me of an up close planet. Hey, why not mars?

"Neon Tie Dye" | 5X5 in. | Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

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"Ocean Mist" | 12x16 in. | Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

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"Empowerment" | 11X14 in. | Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

I mixed each of my colors in separate cups and poured one color at a time into a big measuring cup. As I poured each color into the measuring cup, I tilted the measuring cup and slowly sat it flat as I ended each pour. When all of the colors were poured into the measuring cup, I then began pouring the colors in the center of the canvas using a continuous circular motion and tilted the canvas in the end.

"Sunset Burst" | 8X10 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

For this fluid painting, I used a strainer. You can actually see the video on Youtube of me creating this piece. I mixed each of my colors in cups, and sat the strainer on top of my canvas. I then began pouring and switching one color after another into the strainer on top of one another and lifted the strainer. I proceeded by tilting my canvas around to achieve a design and torched to bring out cells. The cells unfortunately didn't stay as planned once it dried, but it's still a keeper. The interesting thing about fluid painting is that you never what you're going to get in the end!

"Psychedelic 80s" | 8X10 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Sweet Dreams" | 10X10 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Rejuvenation" | 3x3 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

"Analogous" | 3X3 in. | Acrylic on Canvas

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